MODULE I (12 hours)
Steam engineering-temperature entropy diagram-mollier diagram-rankine cycle-modified rankine cycle-reheat and regenerative-binary vapour cycle-steam generators-classificationscochran boiler-lancashire boiler-cornish boiler-locomotive boiler-babcock and wilcox boilerstirling boiler-high pressure boilers-boiler mountings and accessories
MODULE II (12 hours)
Steam nozzles-flow through steam nozzles-throat pressure for maximum discharge- effect of friction-super saturated flow-steam turbines-impulse and reaction turbines-velocity diagramcondition for maximum efficiency-compounding-reheat factor-blade height-governing of steam turbines-cogeneration and combined cycle power generation-steam enginescomponents-compounding-indicator diagram
MODULE III (16 hours)
Thermal power plants-general layout-site selection-fuel handling storage and burning systems-dust and ash handling system-chimney draught-nuclear power plants-classificationcomponents-safety measures-effects of nuclear radiation-nuclear waste disposal-gas turbine power plants-classification-closed open and other systems-hydro electric power plantscombined operation of different power plants-non conventional power generation-solar thermal collection-thermal storage-ocean power-principle of OTEC systems-wind energywind turbine-geothermal energy-geothermal electrical power plants-biogas energy-biogas production-design and construction of biogas plants
MODULE IV (12 hours)
Economics of power generation-terms and definitions-estimation of load-load curve-load factor-diversity factor-capacity factor-use factor-economics in plant selection-economics of generation and distribution of power-useful life-tariff for electrical energy-environmental pollution and its control-steam power plant pollutants-control of pollutants-control of particulate matter-control of SO2- control of NO2-control of waste water from steam power plants-pollution from nuclear power plants-noise pollution and noise control

Text Book:
1. El Wakil, “Power Plant Technology” McGraw Hill
Reference Books:
1. Nag, “Power Plant Engineering” TMH
2. Ngpal, “Power Plant Engineering” Khanna
3. Vapat & Scrotski, “Power Station Engineering and Economy” TMH
4. John F Lee, “Power Station Engineering and Economy” TMH